from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- A city of extreme northeast Texas adjacent to Texarkana, Arkansas. It grew after the coming of the railroad in the 1870s.
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- noun a town in southwest Arkansas on the Texas border adjacent to Texarkana, Texas
- noun a town in northeast Texas adjacent to Texarkana, Arkansas
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"Texarkana" is one of my favorite work songs, if only because it was inspired -- or so the story goes -- by "A Canticle for Leibowitz," one of the great spec fic novels.
Scott Joplin: American composer and piano player famous for his ragtime compositions was born in Texarkana, Texas in 1867.
Filmed at the Child Advocacy Center in Texarkana, the video was intended only for use by law enforcement, the courts and child welfare officials.
I am a culinary student at Texarkana College in Texarkana, Texas.
Once there, the Brüno team was contacted by the Fort Smith police about what happened in Texarkana; these officers were reluctant to cover the event.
TEXARKANA, Texas – A man who once described himself as an associate pastor of the Tony Alamo Christian Ministries was sentenced Thursday to six months of home detention and two years of probation for selling fake Nikes and CDs with counterfeit labels at his store in Texarkana, Texas.
TEXARKANA, Texas — Six members of Tony Alamo Christian Ministries have been arrested for distributing handbills on vehicles in Texarkana, Texas.
In the meantime, Alamo is being held at the Federal Correctional Institution in Texarkana, Texas.
No children were found at those places, but 17 were found after police stopped two vans on Arkansas 245 in Texarkana, headed toward the Texas state line.
Earlier, at the Juvenile Court Center in Texarkana, the Avilas waived their right to an initial hearing on allegations concerning four of their other sons, who range in age from 8 to 14.